Sucker Creek  (Kawkawa Creek)

                                   
sucker creek winter
Sucker Creek and the
Thaker Marsh wetlands upstream provides habitat for many creatures
besides Salmon and Trout.


Its also provides a home
to Suckers, Crayfish,
Insects, American Dippers and Kingfishers.

 
2008
The
spawning channel
was connected
to
Sucker
Creek
to
provide habitat
for
Pink,
Chum,
Coho,
Salmon
and
Trout.
2009
summer
winter
"Sucker Creek in the fall"
"Sucker Creek in the Winter"  

The Spawning Channel was built in 1988
 

Salmon spawn in the gravel where water can circulate thru their eggs
and bring oxygen to them during incubation
.

Logs, rocks and bolders add
complexity to the to the system,
and provide hiding and resting
spots for adult and juvenile fish
.
spawning channel
and revitalized in 2006